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National Map

USFWS | Spatial Data Visualization Tool

The National Map (formerly "National Atlas") is a Department of Interior map-making tool that helps researchers analyze issues related to climate change, carbon in the environment, biodiversity loss, and changes in ecosystems. The information will also support nongovernmental organizations, government decision makers and other users with an interest in land cover dynamics, conservation and continental-scale patterns of North America’s changing environment. The map-making tool is available here.

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